Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church and the Scotch-Irish Settlers to South Carolina #southcarolinapioneers.net #genealogy

Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church

Fishing Creek ChurchThe Scots-Irish settlers who immigrated from Chester, Pennsylvania about 1755 named the county of Chester. Also, interestingly, Chester, Pennsylvania was named after Chester, England, so this might be a clue as to the origin of some of the ancestors who settled Chester County. Many belonged to the Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church which still stands today, however, the original building is veneered over with brick. 

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